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I don't listen to podcasts myself, but I know that Scott Sigler does one. If you like his books you can always listen to him reading them in his podcasts.
 

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My two favorites are http://escapepod.org/ and it's sister podcast http://podcastle.org/. They are science fiction and fantasy short stories delivered every week. I'm not as much a fan of PseudoPod, their horror podcast. I also really like http://theclassictales.com/ and http://www.astronomycast.com/.

I usually listen to EscapePod, PodCastle, and AstronomyCast while walking to class. I listen to The Classic Tales when I'm trying to sleep (there's just something about old literature that makes it impossible for me to stay awake). I do listen to some other podcasts, but they're really not as good as the ones I've listed here. (I transfer EP and PC to my iPod as soon as they've downloaded each week. They're really amazing. I often go back and re-listen to old episodes.)
 

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The podcasts I listen to are:

Car Talk
Kindle Chronicles
Skeptic's Guide to the Universe
Airplane Geeks
MacBreak Weekly
This Week in Tech
Point of Inquiry
Skepticality
NPR:Fresh Air

and, when I have a lot of time:

Leo Laporte: The Tech Guy

The Don't Miss ones are the first three.


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Excellent!  Thanks for all your contributions!

For those who asked :)  I'm interested in techy, humorous, and current events.  Generally not so much politics, but I am enjoying 'Wait, Wait don't tell me'.  I like Grammar Girl as well.
 
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